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Design-led Business Analysis in Practice at the University of Sydney Business School

Last week we were invited by Corina Raduescu and Andrew Knevitt, Lecturers in Business Information Systems at the University of Sydney Business School, to run a design workshop with their Business Analysis in Practice students. 181 more words

Workforce Collaboration

April 11, 2014

This morning the weather looked decent, so we decided to visit the University of Sydney and do a little window-shopping at the Queen Victoria Building. We took the train to Redfern and then walked some crazy Google Map directions to the school. 331 more words

A New Review!

Any author will tell you how incredibly difficult it is to get your books reviewed. When Betrayed by Nature came out I was lucky because it received a number of very good write ups (and no critical ones!). 348 more words

"The facts expose the safety standards are inadequate" - Dr James McCaughan, University of Sydney

Dr James B. McCaughan, Honorary Senior Lecturer, School of Physics, University of Sydney, writes an account about electrosensitivity and the inadequacies of the current safety standards in Australia. 37 more words

Smart Meter

Robotic kangaroo generates its own energy

Automation company Festo has once again turned to nature to build a gesture-controlled robotic kangaroo that stores and uses the kinetic energy of its own motion. 293 more words

Older age does not cause testosterone levels to decline in healthy men

-  age, in itself, has no effect on testosterone level in healthy older men

Public release date: 7-Jun-2011
A decline in testosterone levels as men grow older is likely the result—not the cause—of deteriorating general health, say Australian scientists, whose new study finds that age, in itself, has no effect on testosterone level in healthy older men. 285 more words

Missed - Medical Breakthroughs

Which International Relations theorie(s) best explain the rise of China in the international system

The rise of China in the international system is best explained through the international relations paradigms of: Liberalism, Neoliberal Institutionalism and Constructivism. China’s evolution has been characterised by its economic expansion from the 1980s onwards, resulting in the production of a truly advancing dominant power on a global scale. 2,244 more words

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